Eve Weinberg on learning to code and bringing motion design to the browser
In this month's guest post, the talented and versatile Eve Weinberg discusses her love for motion design as well as her shifting perspective on the… Read more
Your Art is Shit
What better way to kick off a new year than by hearing some harsh words directed at you? Yes, you.
CG still lifes and art direction from Rafa Merino
When Rafa Merino posted "Reborn" on Facebook, I froze. Initially struck by its surreal beauty, I then wondered what I was looking at: A photograph?… Read more
A tour of Hannah Jacobs’ work
Hannah Jacobs' work captures the best qualities of animation: Each of her films feel human, emotional and made with intent.
airFIELD Sculpture by Dan Goods
airFIELD is a mesmerizingly beautiful example of “physical animation” — animation that takes place in physical space, free from the pixel-based surfaces that traditionally act as motion design media.… Read more
Fibonacci Zoetrope Sculptures
Stanford design instructor John Edmark has rethought the zoetrope with beautiful 3D-printed sculptures that animate when filmed in sync with a strobe light. Explains Edmark: These are… Read more
Literature and motion design: Crossing the boundaries with Warren Lehrer’s “A Life in Books”
Warren Lehrer, a longtime pioneer of visual literature and professor at the School of Art+Design at Purchase College, released an excellent multimedia novel last year,… Read more
Team Lab Exhibits at Japan Society NYC
Tokyo based Team Lab is on display now through January 11 at The Japan Society in NYC. And it is utterly, wonderfully, sublimely, and slowly….Japanese.… Read more
David O’Reilly: Mountain Q&A
David O'Reilly shares some of his thoughts about his first game, "Mountain"
Universal Everything celebrates 10 years
Universal Everything looks back on a decade of work.
Visual Art: Wonderbook: Book of Spells Official Announce Video Trailer
Visual Art creates a trailer for Wonderbook with some beautifully lit and composited CG.
Nicolas Ménard: Futile Devices
Check out these five short, sweet and video-artsy pieces by Canadian motion designer Nicolas Ménard: Futile Devices.
Karolina Sobecka: All the Universe is Full of the Lives of Perfect Creatures
Karolina Sobecka uses ofxFaceTracker to help us find our inner spirit animal in All the Universe is Full of the Lives of Perfect Creatures. (Hat… Read more
My Favourite Animal
Full of charm and lovingly animated, this treat comes courtesy of London Royal College of Art student Lara Lee.
Wayne White at The Largo
Eclectic creative genius Wayne White is performing at Largo in LA on Tuesday, Feb 1st. Tickets are $10 with promo code “ww.” Details here.
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Giant-Army by Benedi Yann
Giant-Army by Benedi Yann
Rise and Fall by Theo Watson and Emily Gobeille
Rise and Fall is a new interactive project developed and designed by Theo Watson and Emily Gobeille for the cover of ‘boards magazine’s Innovation issue.… Read more
Building Projection Round-Up
Over the last year or so, we’ve seen a lot projects involving the projection of video onto architectural structures. The most interesting of these are… Read more
Rachel Maddow and Charlie White to Present at F5
I’ve been saying all along that F5 will be full of creative collisions—moments of lasting insight and inspiration that occur when you venture outside your… Read more
Carlo Vega: “I Like You Like Triangles”
Carlo Vega releases his mesmerizing “I Like You Like Triangles”
The Universe and You
Animations from JJ Walker, Matt Smithson, Sean Pecknold and many others will be shown this Wed. Oct. 22nd at Cairo (in Seattle)
Banksy’s pet shop opens in New York
Banksy’s pet shop opens in New York (Official site here)
Art for a Change
Art for a Change: Tuesday, October 14th